Is the PX4 Storm a good carry gun?
The PX4 Compact was a natural choice as the base of this project because of its rotary barrel design, ammo capacity and smooth trigger pull. Incorporating the stealth levers, night sights, and a lightened trigger pull makes this flat shooting pistol an ideal concealed carry gun.
Who makes PX4 Storm compact?
Beretta PX4 Storm Compact Semi-Auto Pistol.
Are Beretta pistols reliable?
The Beretta 92 is a common choice for those with a military background. It’s likely the sidearm that they used during their service, and it’s a highly reliable and accurate pistol.
Who uses Beretta PX4 Storm?
Currently the Beretta PX4 Storm is used by law enforcement forces of at least 11 countries. It is also in service with Venezuelan National Guard. The PX4 Storm is chambered in 9×19 mm Parabellum ammunition. Also it is chambered in other most popular calibers.
Who uses Px4 Storm?
What is the PX-4 storm full size and compact?
Unlike the vast majority of pistols on the market, the PX-4 Storm Full Size and Compact models eschew the venerable cam lock Browning action and instead goes with the rotary barrel action. I first saw this action in use a couple of years ago on the Grand Power X-Calibur. The only other gun around now that I can find it on is the Beretta Cougar.
What kind of safety does the Beretta Px4 Storm compact have?
Like I mentioned earlier, the Beretta PX4 Storm Compact has a slide-mounted safety/decocker like the Beretta 92FS. The PX4 Storm that I bought was an F model which means that it is the traditional safety/decocker arrangement.
How does the TTAG Px4 Storm compare to other Beretta storms?
Beretta makes several different versions of the PX-4 Storm, and TTAG was able to get all three sizes. I decided to review them all at once and put them in a bit of a head-to-head competition against each other. One of the more interesting features of the PX4-Storm series is its rotating barrel design.
What is the cartridge capacity of the Px4 sub-compact 9mm?
The Px4 Sub-Compact in 9mm takes the same 13 + 1 cartridge capacity that those of my generation grew up finding only in the service-size Browning Hi-Power. It’s still more than you’ll find in most polymer sub-compact 9mm pistols today.